An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written statement of the Educational Program designed to meet your child’s individual needs. Every child who receives Special Education Services must have an IEP.
Prior to developing your child’s IEP, an initial Evaluation must be done before any Special Education or Related Services can be provided. The Evaluation process must occur at least every three years and establishes a foundation for developing an appropriate IEP for your child.
The IEP serves two general purposes:
- To set reasonable learning goals for your child.
- To state the services that the School District will provide for your child.
- Internal Locus of Control
- Arizona Department of Education
- Autism Spectrum Therapies, AZ
- Team Ed
- Raising Special Kids
- Council for Exceptional Children
- National Institute of Mental Health
- William Glasser Institute
- Gesell Institute
- Professional Crisis Management
- The Bipolar Child
- Drugs.com to understand and know the medication your child may be taking
- Autism Speaks
- Evaluation: What Does It Mean for Your Child?